TARAXACUM Cancel Bochum Gig

TARAXACUM, the group featuring former STEEL PROPHET vocalist Rick Mythiasin, EDGUY bassist Tobias Exxel, drummer Franky Wolf, ex-HAGGARD guitarist Danny Klupp and ROUGH SILK/AXEL RUDI PELL keyboardist Ferdy Doernberg, have been forced to cancel their previously announced appearance at Matrix in Bochum, Germany on April 17. According to Exxel, "Our sound engineer and owner of the Rhön-Records Studio made a real bad mistake when he made the plan for the time schedule of the studio, so that we are forced to change our plans completely if we want to be finished with our recordings by early May, because we cannot delay the mix at Sascha Paeth's studio! We want to say sorry for this to all people who were looking forward to our show and we hope that you can understand our situation. 'Rainmaker' will be released in late summer/early fall and right after that we will surely play a longer tour! We all are really looking forward to that! I hope that we will meet some of [the fans] at the shows in Aschaffenburg, München and Crailsheim!"


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